Estableciendo récord en la EURO, la joven estrella española trae los deberes al hotel para “brillar tanto en el campo como en casa”

Because he is still in the 4th year of the mandatory study program, midfielder Lamine Yamal took advantage of his break at EURO to study.

Recently, the Spanish Football Federation’s homepage posted an interesting video about Lamine Yamal, the young Barca star who just made history as the youngest player to participate in a EURO at the age of 16 years and 338 days.

Because he is so young, Yamal has not yet completed his studies and still has to do his homework.

Setting a EURO record, Barca's young star brings his homework to work

Lamine Yamal takes advantage of his free time to do homework

In the video, fans can see the young star doing English homework. Besides practicing and preparing for matches, Lamine Yamal also takes advantage of his free time to play games.

This “healthy” habit makes Spanish football fans very interested in the 2007 midfielder.

Yamal is also the youngest player to create an assist at EURO, and has the opportunity to become the youngest player to score a goal.

In the next two matches, Spain will face Italy and Albania, after winning 3 points against Croatia on the opening day.

Lamine Yamal had a successful Euro debut with an assist for Dani Carvajal late in the first half.

What did prodigy Lamine Yamal say after his successful Euro debut?

Lamine Yamal became the youngest player to play in Euro history, at the age of 16 years and 338 days. Not stopping there, this player also played impressively against Croatia.

The highlight of Yamal’s performance was the assist for Dani Carvajal to score Spain’s third goal. There were also many moments where Yamal exploited the space left by Josko Gvardiol and caused problems for the Croatian defense.

Lamine Yamal

What did prodigy Lamine Yamal say after his successful Euro debut?

After the match, Yamal shared: “I am very happy with the win on my Euro debut. We are all thinking about the next match.

I am there and ready to fight for the coach and the team, whether I play on the wings, inside, or in an attacking, creative or defensive role. I do whatever the team needs. We are an efficient and hard-working team. You can see months of effort have paid off today.

We are a family. We are very confident. The way Dani (Carvajal) celebrated the goal showed that to me. Starting off with a win like this, against an opponent like this, is very important for the team. But we have already turned our minds to the next match.”

Spain’s next opponent in Group B will be defending champion Italy. Currently, Spain is being rated higher and can completely aim to avenge the loss to Italy in the Euro 2020 semi-finals.

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